CHS Climbs 22 Spots to #17 in Milken’s Best Performing Cities Index
The Milken Institute is a California-based economic think tank that annually ranks Americas largest U.S. metropolitan areas by how well they are creating and sustaining jobs and economic growth. CHS ranked #17, up 22 spots from its 2014 ranking. In the Southeast, it ranked behind only Raleigh (#6) and Charlotte (#13) and ahead of other Southeast cities such as Nashville (#18), Atlanta (#27), Orlando (#28), Savannah (#30), Fort Myers (#40), and Fort Lauderdale (#41). In South Carolina, Greenville ranked #52, Columbia at #107 and Myrtle Beach at #108. The biggest assets of CHS – job growth, high tech, manufacturing and the port. David Wren of The Post and Courier has the story and rankings here.
Posted on December 19, 2015, in CHS, CHS Industrial-Warehouse-Port, CHS Jobs/Economy, Market Reports, SC Jobs/Economy, The Post and Courier, Uncategorized and tagged david wren, economy, milken, rankings. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.